It’s funny – you (and by ‘you’ I mean those like minded to me, which isn’t everyone of course) strive to be in shape, fit, healthy, toned and looking your best, on and off, for many years of your life. Continue reading
Pre Natal Yoga can be boring… it can. If you’re like me and enjoy a more challenging flow that leaves you feeling stretched, worked and renewed, then trying to find a yoga flow that’s both suitable for when you’re “with child” AND leave you feeling that post workout high, can be hard! Continue reading
So the weather has cooled for the next few days, and I’ve already enjoyed a few mini yoga flows – doors open, breeze in, mat down, yoga head on. It’s be great! It’s one of those things where when you’re in a bit of a funk, it’s all too easy not to be fussed by the fact you’re not doing it, and instead, embracing the rest (laziness). Continue reading
I love it, I do. But what I’m not loving is the constant clammy, sweaty, tacky feeling of hotness – which by the end of the day after putting the mini one down, leaves me wanting to do anything BUT workout. I’ve done a handful of yoga flows… but literally a handful! I just can’t deal with it. Continue reading
Once upon a time, the thought of practising yoga just wasn’t something I would entertain. I thought it slow, boring and didn’t think it would result in much of a sweat being broken – let alone making any changes to my body.
But those were the days where life was all go. My sole focus was to be “in shape”. If I was going to workout, it had to be hard, fast and leave me dripping in sweat with not much thought taken of technique or quality. My theory was, as long as I was sweaty and stinky by the end of it, it had been a good workout. I know, right?! Nice.